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Aadhaar Updation Charges Increase: Here’s What You Will Be Charged


Aadhaar card updation will now get a more expensive. As per a circular dated April 22, the updation cost for aadhaar including details such as mobile number, address and biometrics has been increased.

Aadhaar Updation Charges Increase: Here’s What You Will Be Charged

Further, the cost updation concerning demographic details such as name, gender, email id, address, mobile number will henceforth be Rs. 50 as against Rs. 25 include. For other updation in relation to photograph, fingerprints, iris scanning, the cost is now Rs.50. It is to be noted that the charges are inclusive of taxes.

The new charges are for services availed at Aadhaar centres by aadhaar applicants or holders. Nonetheless, for those getting updation online in relation to address will be charged no amount on the UIDAI website.

Updation of details Revised charges
Biometric update Rs. 50
Demographic details name, mobile number etc. Rs. 50
Aadhaar search using eKYC or find aadhaar or any tool and colour print out on A4 sheet Rs. 50

Note aadhaar enrolment for the first time is not chargeable. And also mandatory updation of biometrics of children as and when they turn 5 years and 15 years

Read more about: aadhaar
Story first published: Friday, September 6, 2019, 10:53 [IST]
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